LONDON - Kurt Zouma and Eden Hazard gave Chelsea a controversial 2-0 win over nine-man Arsenal on Saturday while leaders Manchester City crashed to a shock 2-1 defeat against West Ham .

The acrimonious relationship between Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger seeped through to both teams at Stamford Bridge in a tetchy London derby featuring even more flashpoints than usual. And at Eastlands, Kevin de Bruyne's first goal for City wasn't enough to salvage their 100 percent start against the Hammers, who have defeated Arsenal, Liverpool and Manuel Pellegrini's side in their first three away games this season.

City fell behind in the sixth minute when on-loan Chelsea winger Victor Moses fired home from 20 yards for the first league goal conceded by Pellegrini's club this term. Senegal forward Diafra Sakho netted the visitors' second from close-range in the 31st minute. Belgium midfielder De Bruyne, a £55 million ($85 million, 75 million euros) signing from Wolfsburg last month, marked his first City start with a clinical finish in first half stoppage-time. But a brilliant Adrian save from Nicolas Otamendi's header ended the hosts' winning run at five matches and lifted West Ham into second place.

At Stamford Bridge, Wenger was furious Mike Dean opted not to send off Diego Costa following a clash with Laurent Koscielny and the referee further infuriated the Frenchman when he dismissed Gabriel for kicking Costa and then showed Santi Cazorla a red card in the second half.

Mourinho's response felt designed to provoke Wenger as he said: "I don't have a view on the sending off. Man of the match for sure was Diego Costa. He brought everything to the game." Chelsea striker Costa was booked for shoving over Koscielny after whacking the Arsenal defender in the face moments earlier. Gunners defender Gabriel remonstrated with Costa and was booked for his complaints. But the Brazilian couldn't keep his emotions under control and in first-half stoppage-time he aimed a sly kick at Costa right in front of the referee, who immediately brandished a red card. Chelsea made their numerical advantage count in the 53rd minute when French defender Zouma was left unmarked to head in a Cesc Fabregas free-kick. Cazorla was sent off in the 79th minute when the Spanish midfielder caught Fabregas with an ugly lunging tackle.

Belgium midfielder Hazard guaranteed the champions' second league victory of the season in the 90th minute when his strike deflected off Calum Chambers to leave the Gunners without a league success against the Blues since 2011.

Odion Ighalo kept Newcastle in the relegation zone as the Nigerian forward's double inspired Watford's 2-1 win at St James' Park. Ighalo gave Watford a 10th minute lead with a low strike and he increased their advantage with his fourth goal in six matches in the 28th minute. Newcastle ended a nearly 500-minute goal drought when Dutch defender Daryl Janmaat netted in the 62nd minute, but McClaren's team were unable to avoid their third consecutive loss.

Ten-man Sunderland slipped to the bottom of the table after a 2-0 defeat at Bournemouth.

Eddie Howe's side raced into a two-goal lead inside the first nine minutes, with Callum Wilson striking in the fourth minute before Matt Ritchie smashed in a superb volley. Sunderland's miserable day was completed when French defender Younes Kaboul was sent off for a second booking in the 74th minute. Saido Berahino came in from the cold to fire West Bromwich Albion to a 1-0 win at local rivals Aston Villa.

Berahino had threatened to go on strike after Albion refused to sell him to Tottenham on transfer deadline day and was dropped for several matches. Leicester staged another impressive fightback to maintain their unbeaten record with a 2-2 draw at Stoke. Everton's Kevin Mirallas was sent off for a foul on Modou Barrow in the final moments of his side's 0-0 draw at Swansea. On Sunday, Manchester United travel to Southampton, Tottenham host Crystal Palace and Liverpool take on Norwich.


West Bromwich 1-0 Aston Villa

Bournemouth 2-0 Sunderland

Chelsea 2-0 Arsenal

West Ham 2-1 Manchester City

Watford- 2-1 Newcastle

Stoke 2-2 Leicester

Swansea 0-0 Everton